Kids & Youth

3 kids and 1 adult planting seeds, 1 adult holding corn cob dart and talking to 4 kids, two young boys using maul to split log
Three pictures: 1. Three children planting seeds in bare soil, 2. pioneer woman holding out corn-cob dart to young girl while three other children look on, 3. two boys holding haul above log on the ground.

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Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial is not just for adults!


Learn about Pioneer Life! The Living Historical Farm is open from mid-April through the end of September and offers a glimpse of pioneer life. Visitors to the farm may even have an opportunity to learn by participating in the hands-on learning activities.

Junior Ranger Program. Kids (all ages) can become Junior Rangers at Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial! Participating in the Junior Ranger program will allow children and their families an opportunity to explore and learn about their national park and how National Park Rangers protect parks and their resources. Pick up your Junior Ranger activity booklet at the Memorial Visitor Center and return when complete for your badge.

Discover even more about national parks through national junior ranger books! Check out the Become a Junior Ranger webpage!

Last updated: July 11, 2020

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Mailing Address:

3027 East South Street
PO Box 1816

Lincoln City, IN 47552

Phone:

(812) 937-4541

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